Typically, undergraduate degrees at Anglia Ruskin take three years to complete, though you may be able to do a placement year or year abroad as part of your degree which would normally extend your degree to a four-year program.
As well as standard bachelors degrees, the university offers a range of different course and study options. Some undergraduate degrees are available to study on a part-time basis, typically taking five years to complete. Part-time study allows you more flexibility to continue other commitments you may have outside your studies.
The university also offers foundation years for many of their subjects. This is an extra year of study you’ll complete before progressing to the three-year degree program and is designed to ensure students who may not meet typical entry requirements are still able to progress to study a bachelors degree.
Additionally, you can opt to study a degree apprenticeship. These allow you to study as you work, and you won’t have to pay tuition fees. You’ll get workplace experience as well as completing your bachelors degree. Degree apprenticeships at ARU vary in length depending on the subject you’re studying.